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Since 2010, an academic partnership between the University of Bristol and North Bristol NHS Trust has delivered educational courses and professionally accredited training in Clinical Neuropsychology.

The PG Diploma in Applied Neuropsychology is available to anyone holding a minimum 2.1 degree (or international equivalent) in psychology or a related discipline, either from the UK or abroad. The taught content of the diploma is identical to the taught content we provide when training clinical psychologists pursuing entry to the Special Register of Clinical Neuropsychologists. The course therefore covers core content dictated by the British Psychological Society and delivers an authentic reflection of clinical practice and issues. You will learn about a range of neuropsychological disorders and pathologies as well as focusing on principles of assessment, treatment and rehabilitation.

Around 80 per cent of our taught content is delivered by clinicians from the National Health Service, and you will also receive tutorials that allow you to discuss different aspects of course content. The course will deepen your knowledge and experience of clinical neuropsychology and help prepare you for professional positions (eg assistant psychologist) or further clinical training (eg Doctorate in Clinical Psychology).

Study Details:

PGDip 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time

Module Details:

The degree consists of six units (120 credits). Four of the units are taught via lectures (total of 100 credits). A further 10-credit unit exposes students to a range of clinical case reports; you will be allocated a case for further analysis leading to submission of an assessed case report (3,000 words) and delivery of a presentation of that case. In the sixth unit (10 credits), you are asked to explore important peer-reviewed papers and engage in critical discussion. Each critical discussion will be preceded by a student presentation which provides a critical summary of a particular paper.

All lectures must be attended in person, but they are also recorded for you to replay at any point.

The degree consists of six units (120 credits). Four of the units are taught via lectures (total of 100 credits). A further 10-credit unit exposes students to a range of clinical case reports; you will be allocated a case for further analysis leading to submission of an assessed case report (3,000 words) and delivery of a presentation of that case. In the sixth unit (10 credits), you are asked to explore important peer-reviewed papers and engage in critical discussion. Each critical discussion will be preceded by a student presentation which provides a critical summary of a particular paper.

All lectures must be attended in person, but they are also recorded for you to replay at any point.

Please visit our programme catalogue for full details of the structure and unit content for our Diploma in Applied Neuropsychology.

Student Destinations

This degree delivers core skills and knowledge related to the theory and practice of clinical neuropsychology. As such, it will support those with aspirations for further clinical training, such as clinical psychology and clinical neuropsychology, or a career in clinical research. Our programmes also deliver training that will enhance your opportunities to gain employment within clinical environments – especially those with a focus on clinical neuropsychology and can assist those who want to obtain research assistant posts with a clinical focus.

This programme also provides continuing professional development to anyone who is already working in a clinical setting and is seeking specialist training to work with patients who have neuropsychological deficits.

Fees

We charge an annual tuition fee. Fees for 2019/20 are as follows: UK/EU: full-time £8,600 UK/EU: part-time (two years)£4,300 Overseas: full-time £16,800 Channel Islands/Isle of Man: full-time £10,650

Entry Requirements

An upper second-class honours degree (or international equivalent) in psychology or a closely related discipline (e.g. neuroscience or clinical psychology). Previous professional experience or qualifications can also be put forward for consideration as equivalent to the academic entry requirements given above. These will be considered on a case-by-case basis and we welcome enquiries about the suitability of any particular degree prior to full application.

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